[Tutor] >> Thanks <<

Rob Andrews randrews@planhouse.com
Tue, 27 Feb 2001 11:03:14 -0600

Well, although it's not exclusively dedicated to gaming, Useless Python
features several games and other novelties.  You are welcome to post any of
your Python source there, and we are working on ways to make the process of
collaborating on projects more automatic.  So far, a few of us have already
presented fresh ways of addressing the same problem and/or provided changes
to one another's code.

It's almost exclusively source code currently, but the lowerstandard.com
staff is working on tutorials for various Python topics.  Of course, we
welcome any contributions people would like to make, such as how to do stuff
and contributions to source code posted by others on the site.

Here's the URL, if you wish to take a gander:

Rob Andrews

----- Original Message -----
From: "Chris McCormick" <cmccormick@thestate.com>
To: <tutor@python.org>
Sent: Tuesday, February 27, 2001 9:33 AM
Subject: [Tutor] >> Thanks <<

> I just wanted to thank the list for the responses I received yesterday.
> Soon after my first post, I got useful replies from more than one
> person.  Now I get to move on to all of the other fun things.  I have a
> ton of ideas, and all I need is time. :-)
> I was thinking that maybe a Python game programming web site would be
> useful?  A place where I (and more advanced programmers) could put game
> source code, and the wisdom we gain from our experiences?  Do you think
> that would be useful, or would it duplicate other efforts, like the
> Vaults?  I, for one, find  documentation to be fairly sparse.
> Anyway, thanks again, and I'm sure there will be more questions.  I know
> I sound a little over-excited, but that is the result of achieving, with
> Python, what I spent weeks trying (and failing) to do with C++ and
> DirectX.
> More to come,
> Chris
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